The Elmwood/Hemlock Drive Home Program is a six-bed, non-licensed, residential program that supports individuals dealing with the challenges and difficulties of persistent mental illness.
With the help of professionally trained staff, residents live as independently as possible with training and assistance in community living skills, which serves as an integrating focus for their rehabilitation. It provides all aspects of care for the residents including assistance with activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living meal preparation, medication management, medical care coordination and various enriching activities.
Residents are typically 65 years of age or older and have a primary diagnosis of mental health. Common challenges seen with this population include mobility issues and chronic health diagnoses, both in their physical and mental health.